Seed Saving Workshop
When: Thursday 13rd October 2016 at 11am-3pm
Learn how to grow plants for seed
Keep your varieties pure
Extract and preserve your seed with minimal equipment!
The workshop is free and lunch is provided
It is part of the Growing from Your Roots project funded by the Big Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund. This project preserves our heritage of growing and using multicultural food crops in Birmingham and beyond.
To book, please e-mail Anton on email@example.com or phone 024 76 217738.
Cooking exotic crops workshop
When: Thursday 21st July 2016 at 11am-2pm
A free workshop on preparing vegetable dishes, pickles and sweets from around the world.
Plenty of tasty samples to try!
To book e-mail Anton Rosenfeld at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02476217738.
Growing unusual and exotic vegetable crops
A free practical workshop on growing multicultural vegetables, herb and spices.
When: Thursday 21st April 2016 at 11am–3pm
The last fifty years has seen a massive expansion of our culinary horizons taking in foods from India, China, South East Asia and the Caribbean. However, the range of foods that we grow hasn’t always kept pace with this expansion. If you’re striving to reduce food miles and go for the freshest produce possible then why not have a go at growing some of this produce yourselves.
This free workshop will provide you with an introduction to some of the more unusual crops that can be grown here. Many of them have a proven track record having been grown by ethnic communities on allotments in the Midlands, and don’t require specialist facilities such as a glasshouse.
Lunch will be provided.
The event is run by Garden Organic and Kushinga garden, and is part of the Growing from Your Roots project, funded by the Heritage Lottery.
Booking a place:
Booking is essential, please contact Anton Rosenfeld email@example.com or call 02476 217738 to book a place.